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Hey all,
We're starting up a new P4P ranking system at boxingforum. Below are the rules/regulations (I'm hoping this will be moved up with the sticky threads shortly).

1. It will now be only the top 10 as opposed to the top 25.
2. It will be a collective effort voted on by all members/mods who wish to participate.
3. The ability to post your top 10 will be available for 5 days at the beginning of every month (starts now for August). After that, the voting is closed until the beginning of the next month. (Topic will stay open for banter).
4. Here's how the voting system works:

Every member who wants to participate posts their top 10 P4P. Their #1 fighter receives 10 points, the #2 fighter receives 9 points, down to the #10 fighter receives 1 point. At the end of the 5 day period the totals are tallied and that will be boxingforum's top 10 P4P list for that month.

The more people that participate, the more interesting the list will be so everyone please do. Thanks. :thumbsup:

Voting will be open for the next 5 days. Related P4P discussion is welcome in this thread.
#1 - M. Pacquiao
#2 - J. M. Marquez
#3 - Bernard Hopkins
#4 - Israel Vasquez
#5 - Rafael Marquez
#6 - Shane Mosley
#7 - Nonito Donaire
#8 - Chad Dawson
#9 - Paul Williams
#10 - Chris John

Btw... Just one thing about the system.. why dont you make the #1 get 11 points, #2 gets 10 and so on... til the #10 gets 2

I'm just saying that because this way a fighter gets more points by being mentioned more times, as opposed to one time-but-high-ranked.
Ex: lets suppose Alfonso Gomez gets voted once as number 9, and John Ruiz voted twice as 10. Fonsie ends up with 3 points, Ruiz with 4 - therefore the extra point tie-breaks favoring the names mentioned more times.
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What a shame if Alfonso Gomez and John Ruiz would be tied at nr.10, HOW WOULD WE KNOW WHOS BETTER!! Well its obviously Ruiz but whatever.


But your right Mega it should be done like that.
 

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1. Juan Manual Marquez
2. Manny Pacquiao
3. Bernard Hopkins
4. Shane Mosley
5. Rafael Marquez
6. Israel Vasquez
7. Hozumi Hasegawa
8. Fernando Montiel
9. Miguel Cotto
10. Paul Williams
 
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Discussion Starter #24
#1 - M. Pacquiao
#2 - J. M. Marquez
#3 - Bernard Hopkins
#4 - Israel Vasquez
#5 - Rafael Marquez
#6 - Shane Mosley
#7 - Nonito Donaire
#8 - Chad Dawson
#9 - Paul Williams
#10 - Chris John

Btw... Just one thing about the system.. why dont you make the #1 get 11 points, #2 gets 10 and so on... til the #10 gets 2

I'm just saying that because this way a fighter gets more points by being mentioned more times, as opposed to one time-but-high-ranked.
Ex: lets suppose Alfonso Gomez gets voted once as number 9, and John Ruiz voted twice as 10. Fonsie ends up with 3 points, Ruiz with 4 - therefore the extra point tie-breaks favoring the names mentioned more times.
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Good idea. Thanks. :thumbsup:
 

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1. Manny Pacquiao
1. Juan Manual Marquez
3. Shane Mosley
4. Benard Hopkins
5. Israel Vázquez
6. Rafael Márquez
7. Miguel Cotto
8. Paul Williams
9. Nonito Donaire
10. Chad Dawson
 

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1. Manny Pacquiao
1. Juan Manual Marquez
3. Shane Mosley
4. Benard Hopkins
5. Israel Vazquez
6. Rafael Marquez
7. Nonito Donaire
8. Miguel Cotto
9. Paul Williams
10. Chris John
 

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Beautiful Man
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1. Manny Pacquiao
1. Floyd Mayweather Jr.
3. J.M. Marquez
4. Bernard Hopkins
5. Shane Mosley
6. Chad Dawson
7. Miguel Cotto
8. Paul Williams
9. Israel Vazquez
10.Wladimir Klitschko
 

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Iron Lungs
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Don't hate :D.

1.Pacquiao
2.JM Marquez
3.Mosley
4.Hopkins
5.Paul WIlliams
6.Cotto
7.Donaire
8.Dawson
9.Tim Bradley
10.Chambers
 

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Chambers has a case for being ranked above Povetkin due to his injury troubles and the fact that Chambers has beaten two top ranked contenders in his last two fights.
 
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